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Two editions of Belgrade sites

15. January 2012. | 11:14

Source: Tanjug

Local and foreign tourists staying in Belgrade have as of recently been given a chance to see what the capital looks like both above and below the ground level.

Local and foreign tourists staying in Belgrade have as of recently been given a chance to see what the capital looks like both above and below the ground level.

Underground Belgrade offers hundreds of interesting sites, starting from caves, dungeons, walled rivers, tunnels, bunkers and other buildings built, torn down and rebuilt by nations who inhabited Belgrade in the past.

Tourist guides of the EuroJet agency in cooperation with the Tourist Organisation of Belgrade will present Belgrade's extraordinary history, strange fates and various legends to all interested viewers, and they will also try to reply to certain enigmas which have been exciting the curiosity of historians and culture connoisseurs for centuries now.

The price of a two-hour tour totals RSD 1.200, including wine tasting and services of a professional tour guide.

Belgrade's visitors can take tours of the capital by plane as well, and 150-metre flights over the Danube River and 100-metre flights from the Belgrade Fortress and the confluence of the Sava and the Danube.


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